The Rolling Stones - I Was There The Rolling Stones - I Was There
Soft / Music Magazines 23-02-2020
The Rolling Stones I Was There provides a fan’s-eye account of the greatest rock & roll band in the world. With more than 400 fans’ friends and work colleagues accounts of their memories of seeing one of the greatest live acts ever the book is packed with fascinating anecdotes, stories, photographs and memorabilia that have never been published before. Featuring fans accounts of the the group from its first live shows in 1962 right through to the death of Brian Jones.
MusicTech March 2020 MusicTech March 2020
Soft / Music Magazines 21-02-2020
Make some space in your studio – because there’s some new gear coming your way very soon! The annual NAMM show is our chance to feast our eyes on a massive range of fresh music-making technology, as well as get the lowdown on what else is coming in the year. 2020’s show was no exception, with hundreds of new products all vying for our (increasingly short) attention.

This month we’ve highlighted what we think is the very best tech we saw; from synths, hardware, software, plug-ins, accessories and beyond, our cherry-picked selections should give your wallet plenty of food for thought. And, yes – it might be the case that you need to exchange some of that older gear to make room for the next generation. Speaking of new tech, this issue we also speak to the inventive co-founder of Ninja Tune records – and one half of Coldcut – Matt Black. He tells us about some of the brand new tools he’s been working on, including collaborating with Erica Synths on the Zen Delay, as well as his innovative career.
Global Perspectives on Orchestras: Collective Creativity and Social Agency Global Perspectives on Orchestras: Collective Creativity and Social Agency
Soft / Music Magazines 15-02-2020
Offering innovative approaches to thinking about orchestras, Global Perspectives on Orchestras: Collective Creativity and Social Agency adopts ethnographic, historical and comparative perspectives on a variety of traditions, including symphony, Caribbean steel, Indonesian gamelan, Indian film and Vietnamese court examples. The volume presents compelling analyses of orchestras in their socio-historical, economic, intercultural and postcolonial contexts, while emphasizing the global and historical connections between musical traditions.
Music Data Mining Music Data Mining
Soft / Music Magazines 15-02-2020
The research area of music information retrieval has gradually evolved to address the challenges of effectively accessing and interacting large collections of music and associated data, such as styles, artists, lyrics, and reviews. Bringing together an interdisciplinary array of top researchers, Music Data Mining presents a variety of approaches to successfully employ data mining techniques for the purpose of music processing.
Beethoven's Eroica: The First Great Romantic Symphony Beethoven's Eroica: The First Great Romantic Symphony
Soft / Music Magazines 15-02-2020
An ode to Beethoven's revolutionary masterpiece, his Third Symphony!

In 1805, the world of music was startled by an avant-garde and explosive new work. Intellectually and emotionally, Beethoven's Third Symphony, the "Eroica," rudely broke the mold of the Viennese Classical symphony and revealed a powerful new expressiveness, both personal and societal. Even the whiff of actual political revolution was woven into the work-it was originally inscribed to Napoleon Bonaparte, a dangerous hero for a composer dependent on conservative royal patronage. With the first two stunning chords of the "Eroica," classical music was transformed.
Guitar Player - March 2020 Guitar Player - March 2020
Soft / Music Magazines 12-02-2020
Guitar Player is the world’s most comprehensive, trusted and insightful guitar publication for passionate guitarists and active musicians of all ages. Every style is covered, including rock, blues, metal, and jazz. Plus, get exclusive monthly features such as interviews with the best guitar players in the world.
Guitarist - March 2020 Guitarist - March 2020
Soft / Music Magazines 12-02-2020
When it comes to guitars look no further than Guitarist Magazine! For over 30 years, this monthly magazine has been giving its readers all the latest news from the world of guitars, as well as expert tutorials, technique guides and in-depth product reviews of all the latest amps, effect and accessories on offer.

Within each issue of Guitarist Magazine, you’ll find exclusive features and interviews with some of the world’s most renowned players, including Jimmy Page, Joe Bonamassa, David Gilmour and Slash. Read about some of the world’s best and improve your own technique at the same time with expert advice you won't find anywhere else.
Teaching Music Appreciation Online Teaching Music Appreciation Online
Soft / Music Magazines 10-02-2020
In this book, readers will learn practical tips and strategies to teach music appreciation online. As online education is a growing field, an increasing number of teachers trained in traditional/live methods find themselves now teaching online and potentially without mentors to assist them. Students are also changing, seeking highly engaged, relevant, and interactive learning opportunities that connect to their lives. Here, readers will find helpful guidance in planning curriculum, integrating multimedia assets, designing forum discussions, developing assignments, preparing rubrics, engaging in forum discussions, preparing, managing, and teaching, the course, providing feedback and grading, and following up with struggling and challenging students.
Songwriting For Dummies 2nd Edition Songwriting For Dummies 2nd Edition
Soft / Music Magazines 9-02-2020
Proven techniques for songwriting success

This friendly, hands-on guide tackles the new face of the recording industry, guiding you through the shift from traditional sales to downloads and mobile music, as well as how you can harness social media networks to get your music "out there." You get basic songwriting concepts, insider tips and advice, and inspiration for writing - and selling - meaningful, timeless songs.
Compositional Artifice in the Music of Henry Purcell Compositional Artifice in the Music of Henry Purcell
Soft / Music Magazines 8-02-2020
Fugal invention has proved a successful line of analytical inquiry in recent studies of repertoires from Josquin to J. S. Bach. Alan Howard brings similar insights to the music of Henry Purcell, and proposes the first analytical approach to his music to examine compositional methods alongside historically contemporary theory, focusing particularly on Purcell's 'artificial' approach to imitative counterpoint. Through this methodology Howard challenges previous responses to Purcell's music that portrayed him as fundamentally conservative.